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jl W?flR IN THE Alft.
fi?ren at Great Height* There le Can* 1
It is seldom realizer!. save by
aeronauts and mountaineers, how
muc?i"\vatezyr bazo the lower air con- |
tains. Bluo sky itself is but the
ultimate,, fading out of haze, and
when whole lower layers of the at
mosphere are surmounted the blue
above is bluer than before only by
reason of the haze there being more
attenuated. The result of investi
gations carried out chiefly by high
flying kites gbes to Bho\7 that,
though at great heights the air may
be spoken of as dry, this is but a
relative term. Commonly about
one-half of the water vapor in the
air is left below by the time the
first mile and a half is climbed, but
the actual moisture present varies
with circumstances Thus up to a
few thousand feet the air is drier
during winter and at night and,
damper during summer and by, day
than it is near the ground.
In tne light of these fa?ts it be
comes easy to conceive how in cer
tain conditions of moist weather
and on a dark night tho light of a
large town reflected in the heaven
may be seen even at a long distance.
Under the clear skies pf other lands
reflection may-be,seen on the under
.surface, of a cloud over gireat ranges.
'Thus the cloud heaps over 'thunder
storms on th? American prairies
may sometimes be seen at night on
the horizon at a distance amounting
to some 200 miles.
Again, it will be easy to grasp
*"tho further fact that haze in the air
is more clearly manifested to the
?observer who, whether in a balloon
or on'a mountain side, has climbed
above its lower moister levels. Here
the explanation is simply that from
his new point of view the haze is
seen against the dark earth while
T)eing itself illuminated by the light
from tho sky above.?Gentleman's
Magazine, ) '
Tho .Street Market, Cologne.
This street- market is a peculiarly
democratic institution and one rap
idly becomes friendly with tho sales
"women or even a'chance passerby,;
entrapped unawares and becomes
a purchaser like oneself. Thrift?
and sturdiness are the distinguish
ing characteristics of these Khinel
land peasants. They know well how
to drive a bargain, but they are honf
est to a pfennig and good humorep
to a fault. Very interesting is their
babble about tho flocks and the
crops, very quaint they look clad
in their national costumes, and moist
delicious are the mountain stray
\_?_ ^.?wl. ~1_[_ ?_J3
uviiltD, MCOU vuecoo ouu
cream which these clever hoi
wives, bring in. from the count
especially to tempt ' hotel we|
travelers. One eats the little lu
-eon- with leckerly?sweet, cakee
the shade of the green trees wl
line the Cologne market, gazing
the tiled ho us?s whjch girt it
and.catching a glimpse of the cr
dra?'s slender spire, pointing
aloft, rising above all, "patier.tl
emote," and in its superb propoj
of matchless architecture, mc
one, as Lowell says, "own hiAisJ
a happy Qoth.M?Catholic Wo^d j
The Afghan ferrvman
ferries on the river Oxus.xnal
of ponies to get his clumsi
across the stream. "One or]
times two of these rather
<cient looking animals are af
to the boat~by bellybands
cingles, which allow them ;
alongside, with the strain foij
haul on their middles. The$
a certain extent /supported;
water by the ropes which
them to the boat, but only'
heads are usually visible
strike out with measured
snorting with each Stroke, bei
rected from the boat as to "
way they should go., So pc
is their stroke that two smr
teen hand ponies will easilj
boat which might carry
of dead weight. One almost
to see' if their feet wero
they struggled into the fihi
the river banksrlt -was a
as to tho strength of
stroke in the water."
Too Valu?b?o to Voi
An important cricket m
tfichedu?ca in on English
lind,* to the disappo"
everybody, the best playe
able to play owing to a
wrist. The new curate
riedly substituted and b
liant play secured a victoi
local team. Tho next
the squire, Tnmself on
cricketer, was leaving
where the curate had j
his first sermon, he was
yicar what lio thought
"Oh," responded the
vori?o is wealc, his doctr
h*p, isn't as learn?d as
. Ijut his cricket is h
y?o must keep him, iv<
to pay him double the
. rur Anianss ana
-Iba Kis4 Yon Have
? Getting a lot of
off is like-eetting a bu
eifr^OU don't oaro
sets the busoh off.
TWO CUrfoUS BIRDS.
Leng Billedkvicet and she Black
There arc tvdb birds, more or les*
common in thl central part of the
United States Lnd abundant in the
far west, Wlh occasionally stray
eastward to tie middle and north
Atlantic coast and have been seen
on Long Island. These are the
'American dpcet and the black
necked stUtjboth* of them suffi
ciently ?trikMg in appearance to at
tract linmedAte attention. The avo
cet is a slenler creature, sixteen to
eighteen incies from end of hill to
tip of tail. Its wings and shoulders
are black, tie tail pearl gray. The
rest of the alum age is ^hlie, chang
ing to a eholtnut brown on the neck
and head. JSuch a combination of
colors is tioticeable enough, but
when to tts are added extraordi
narily loiiglblue legs and a very slen
der bill, comprising nearly a fourth
of the births entire length and hav
ing a strcti? upward curve, a most
fantastic object results.
Its actions are no less peculiar
than its fooks. Wading in shallow
water, it mends forward so that the
curve of |ho bill touches the bottom,
and it slings it hack and forth in
unison tvith its advancing steps.
The movement suggests a man
swinging a scythe, the object being
to discover with the ver}' sensitive
bill tlicJfood which the muddy bot
The ?lack necked stilt somewhat
resernlles the avocet, but its needle
like Lift is perfectly straight and is
not swung from side to side in walk
ing. [The length of its bill has led
the wtstern farmers to call it the
lawyef. In alighting the stilt is as
awkwird as a boy just learning to
wallpn wooden stilts, and it seems
to 'lave fully as much difficulty in
gainiig its equilibrium, stumbling
and tottering when it first alights.
?Xlw York Times.
A Pair of Them.
ose who have first gazed in dis
mai and then laughed at their own
diinorted reflection in n concave or
coJvex mirror will appreciate an
amlising occurrence lately witnessed
at p menagerie.
ere and there between the cages
e placed trick .mirrors which re
ted a distorted image. An Irish
n, after a critical survey of the
nkeys, had wandered away from
s better half and suddenly found
mself in front of one of these mir
rs. After a glance at his distort
refiection he rushed back to his
fe, who was still watching the
ntics of the monkeys.
"(Dome away ?wid ye, Bridget !"
.e exciaimed: "Oi've found a hig
her tr?te than that?the ugliest
baste in the show! He's in a little
cage in the corner."
Bridget followed her husband's
lead, and he dragged her in front of
the "little cage. To his astonish
ment there was more in the "cage"
than he expected.
"Begorra, Bridget," h? exclaimed,
"therek a pair av 'eml"?London
Tit-Bits. " '
Strength of a Mule'o TalL
Mr. Howard Sannders in "Across
the Andes and Down the Amazon"
says he never "understood why the
vaqueros of Central America when
at work lassoing cattle always fas
tened, the end of the lasso round
their horse's tail instead of to a
ring in the saddle until he saw an
accident on a mountain path.
A team of mules passed his party.
These mules were tied, the head of
one to the tail of that in front, and
so on, and as Mr. Howard Sannders
passed one of .the mules kicked out
viciously, missed its footing and
went over the precipice. There it
hung, scrambling in the vain en
deavor to get a footing, while the
mules to which it was fastened
stood like rocks on the . path above
till the men succeeded in passing a
lasso round the hanging beast and
drawing it up. The tail was cut to
the bone,, but the mule was other
wise unhurt. The incident shows
the remarkable strength of the
A Dally Task.
To be honest, to be IrinS, to earn
a little and to spend a little less, to
make upon the whole a family hap
pier by his presence, to renounce
where that shall be necessary and
not to bo imbitter&d, to keep a few
friends, but these without capitula
tion; "above all, on the same given
conditions/ to keep friends with
himself?-hero is a task for all that a
man has of fortitude and delicacy.
?Eobert Louis Stevenson.
Stande by Him.
Mrs. Youngwife?-How do you al
ways manage to have such delicious
Mrg. Ol?wife?I select a good,
honest butcher and then stand by
Mr*. Youngwifo?You mean that
you give him all vont trade?
Mrs. ..(Mdwife?JNo ; I mean that I
stand by him while he is cutting
the me&b?EecoUectiona of Mrs.
Minnie E. Leo.
A Good Cough Medicine.
[From the Guette, ToAvoomVa. Au?t**lle-3
I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is an excellent medioine. I have been
suffering from a severe cough for the
las? two months, and it has effected a
ouro. I have great pleasure in recom
mending it.?W, 0. Y/ookner. This
ia the opinion of one of our old*?* and
ajost respected residents, and has been
voluntarily given in good faith that
others may try the remedy and he
benefited, as was Mr. Wockncr. This
comedy ia sold by Orr-Gray & Co.
?g A JOACHjM CONCERT, 7
How It Wes^EhJoyedfby a Sympathetic
English i Lord.
Joachim, ! the violinist,, toldfcwith;
keenest'relish the following-joke, of
which,;he said, he was tho. victim.1
iWhether he or I^rd B.*waa:theAvic
tim the reader will decide for him
self, according to his possession or
lack of a fondness for classical
' Daring his sojourn in London
Joachim formed a close friendship
with Lord B., a gentleman ' much
sought after by society, but well
known for his antipathy to all
music. Having learned that Joa
chim was to give a series of concerts
at St. James' hall, Lord E. announc
ed to him that he would go to hear
The musician thanked him for
this mark of sympathy and added
that he would be. charmed to know
the impressions of the noble lord
Two, days afterward chance
brought together tho two friends at
an evening entertainment. The
virtuoso did not fail to ask Lord B.
what he thought of the "works of
Beethoven and if the eoncort had
not been a little long for him.
"By no means," replied Lord E.
"I have been much amused. I did
not recognize you at first under your
negro mask, but later I laughed the
more on account of it." .
A chilly silence prevailed'among
the guests until Lord B. explained
his meaning. .
It seems that Lord E. had made
a mistake in the floor. Instead of
mounting to the first floor, where
Joachim was giving his concert, he
^had entered ^at the ground floor,
where eome negro minstrels were
giving a performance.
Defeated by Nature.
Nutmegs grow on little trees
which look like small pear trees and
which are generally not over twenty
feet high. The flowers are very
much like the lily of the valley.
They are pale and very fragrant.
The nutmeg is tho seed of the fruit,
and mace isHhe thin covering over
the seed. The fruit is about the#
size of a peach. When rip?, it
breaks open and show3 a little nnc
inside. The trees grow on the
islands of Asia and tropical Amer
ica. They bear fruit seventy or
eighty years, having ripe fruit on
-them aU the season. A fine tree in
Jamaica has more than 4,000 nut
megs on it every year.
The Dutch us~d to have all this
nutmeg trade, as they owned the
Banda island and conquered all the
other traders and destroyed all the
trees. To keep the price up they
once burned three piles of nutmegs,
each of which was said to be "as big
as a church."
Nature did not sympathise with
such meanness. The nutmeg pi
geon, found in all the Indian islands,
did for the world what the Dutch
had determined should not bft done
?carried the seeds, which are their
1 -food, (into all the surrounding coun
Shark Skins, and 8hark Pins.
In all the equatorial islands of
the north and south Pacific shark
fishing is a very profitable industry
to the natives, and every trading
steamer and sailing vessel coming
into the port of Sydney or Auckland
from tho islands of the mid-Pacific
brings some tons of fins, tails and
skins of sharks. The principal mar
kets for the former are Hongkong
and Singapore, but the Chinese
merchants of the Australasian colo
nies w?T always buy sharks' fins
and toils at from six to eleven
pence per pound, the fins, bringing
the best price on account of the
larger amount of glutinous matter
they contain, for which they are
highly relished by the richer class of
Chinese as a delicacy. . The tails are
also appreciated as an article of
food In China, and, apart from their
edible qualities, they have a further
value as a base for clear varnishes,
Coal, Damp and Dry.
If a load of coal is left out of
doors, exposed to-the weather, say,
for a month, it loses one-third of
its heating quantities. . If a ton of
coal is placed on the,ground and left
there and another'ton is placed
Wider a-shed, the latter loses about
25 per cent of its heating force, the
former ' about 47 per cent. Hence
it is a great saving of coal to have
it in a dry place, covered over on all
Eides. The softe* the coal the more
heating power it loses, because tho
volatile and valuable constituents
undergo a slow* combination.
When Horeee Sleep.
Horses always point one ear for
ward when they sleep. Exactly why
.this is done no human being can
tell, but the probability is that the
practice is a relic of the time when
they were wild and oblig?d to be on
their guard even when asleep. Cat
tle, on the other hand, are apparent
ly'indifferent as to the position of
[their ears ' while sleeping, but, no ]
matter what position they are in,
both are always pointed alike. j
? Every woman shad der * to think
whore her husband won'4, go when he,
dies if she didn't pray for him the
way she does.
.? The reason mon can forgive girls
for not trying their best to do so many
other things if, then do their best to
look tho prettiest they can.
Etappiness is bat another name for
peA'ebt health. Use Prickly Ash
Bittere and bo happy. It keeps the
vital organs healthy and well regula
TRAVELING IN SIBERIA.
Tho Kind .of People One Meets In
Third Class Railway Cars.
Ail the third class cars on the Si
berian railway, are gri^y; there are
sections reserved for women and
children. Tho woodwork is paint
ed drab inside, but there is not a
vestige of cushion. I spent hours
among these emigrants. I find
them interesting. They are hoiri
bly dirty, and as*they like to have
the window closed, despite tho tom
?erature, the cars reek with odor,
'hey carry all their worldly pos
sessions with them, some foul sleep
ing rugs and some bundles of more
foul clothing. These are spread out
on tho hard seats to make them a
little less hard.
Bread, tea and melons seem their
chief fare. There are great chunks
of sour bread, and at every halt
kettles are seized and a scramble is
made to the platform, where the
local peasant women have steaming
samovars and sell n kettle of bo?ing
water for a halfpenny and u water
melon as big as your head ior a
Besides bread eating and scatter
ing half of it on the flooi and
munching melons and makiig a
mess with tho rind and sploshing
the water about when tearr.aking
there is the constant smoking of
cigarettes. They are tiny, unsatis
fying things, half cardboard tube,
provide three modest puffs and are
then to be thrown away. You
could smoke a hundred a day and
deserve no lecture on being a slave
to tobacco.?Cor. London News.
Coughs and Colds In Children.
Recommendation of well known
chicaoo physician.?I use -od pre
scribe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for almost all obstinate, constricted
coughs, with direct results. I pre
scribe it to children of all ages. Am
glad to recommend it to all in need
and seeking relief from colds and
coughs and bronchial afflictions. It
is non-narcotic and safe in tho hands
of the most unprofessional. A uni
verse! panacea for all mankind.?Mrs.
Mary R. Melendy, M. D., Ph.D.,
Chicago, 111. This remedy is for sale
by Orr-Gray & Co.
? A man's income isn't nearly so
important to him as his outgo.
? Family connections are the ones
we wish we didn't have; relatives are
those we are proud of.
? Slight no man because of his
poverty and esteem no man because of
A vegetable liquid for governing or
equalizing the flow of women's menses
which occur about once in every lunar
Is the essential quality of powerful herbs.
Effective, reliable and harmless in nature,
simplicity and solace.
It is a concentrated essence bent adapted,
for women's dolicate organism, and put In
such form that it is not only palatable, but
can be properly assimilated and taken Into
Stoppages, suppression, painful obstruc
tion. Irregularity, of the menses and sickly
flows aro corrected and cured by the regular
administration of this superior emmena
Menstruation, or periodic flows, necessi
tate a breaking down of cells lining the
mucous membrcne and a reconstruction
after every sickness, which is accompanied
with marked cogestion and loss of blood.
Such changes are very apt to produce
chronic catarrh. Loucorrhca or Whites is
the result of these irritating discharges.
S?ci~iiu??vr curcu iliese troubles and rcstores
to perfect health the patient who suffered
the debilitating losses. Buy of druggists.
01.00 per bottle.
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THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
A H \udoomo Dwelling and five acres
of Land in tho corporate limit* of the City
of Anderson. Desirable location and
tvp?utlful view of the surrounding city.
The house haa only buen completed about
two year*. Nicely arranged with water
and eleotrlo llghta. Thin ia the best bar
gain ever offered in the Citv of Anderson.
Thel and la worth - what will buy the en
tire property, so if ;ou want a chance at
this sale apply at nnoa to
E. O. Mo A DAMS;
Office In Court House.
Deo 18,1001 _ 20 _S
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned. Executor of the
Estate of Alexander Orr, deceased, here
by Rives .notion that he will on the 20th
day of January, 1902, apply to the Judge
of Probate of Anderson County,' H. 0.,
for a Final Settlement of said Estate,
and a dlsoharge. from his office aa
Executor. J. L. ORR,
Deo 18, '001?5 _Executor.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having demanda against
the 'Estate George W. Anderson, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the onderslgned.
within the time prescribed by law, and
those Indebted to make navment.
MRS. N. N. ANDEKSON, Ex'*.
Deo 18,1001 , 20_8?
Notice to Creditors.
LUI le Page et al.,
PURSUANT to the order of Court
granted herein, the creditors of the Estate
of Mary J. Page, - deceaaod. are hereby
notified to be und appear before mo at
my ^H2ci", in the city of Anderson, S. C.(
on Monday, the 13th day of January,
1002, at 10 o'clock a. ro., to prove their
claims stain st said Estate. Falllsg to do
so your claims will be barred.
R, Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Spool si Rentr?e.
Deo 11,1001 v 25 ?
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jn tAc Court of Common Picas.
J. W. Guott, as Administrator of Estate
B. F. Gantt. deceased. Plaintiff*, against
Bentamln Williams, Defendant.?Fore
IN obedience to the order of sale grant
ed herein I will well in front of the Court
House In the City of Anderaon, 8. C, on
Salosday lu January next, during the
usual hours of aale, the Land described
as follows, to wit :
All that Tract or parcel of Land situate
In the County and State aforesaid, on
branches waters of Seneca River, 9(nown
as Tract No. 12 of the James Steel land,
(divided into Tracts by E. O. Roberts,)
containing one hundred and four (104)
aores bounded on the north by lands of I
Mrs. Alice Qantt, on the east by lands of j
Mrs. L. C. Maxwell, on the south by
laods of B. F. Gantt and brother and W.
S. Young, and on the wwat by lands of '
Benjamin WilliamB and Felix Alexan
der, the same being lands conveyed to B.
F. Oantt by Alex Harris by Deed bear
ing date Oct. IS, lSol, and recorded In R.
M. C. office for Anderson County, Book
V V, pages ill and 112, excepting that por
tion "of said Tract of Land containing
twenty eight and tnree-quarters (28 3-1)
aores heretofore sold by the said Benja
min W'.llams to Andrew Williams, as
t?!P appear by plat of same.
Terms of Sale?One-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve month*, with inter
est from day of sale, to be secured by note
of the purchaser aud a mortgage of the
premises eold: with the privilege of re
sale in two hours at tho risk of the pur*
chaser, if terms of sale are not compiled
with in that time.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
J udge of Probate as Speolal Referee.
Deo 11, 1901 25 4
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of andkkboh.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Lillie Page, In her own behalf, and George
Page, Butler Page, Mamie Page, by
their guardian ad litem, plaintiffs,
agalnBt Minnie Holliday, Defendant.?
Complaint for Partition.
IN obedlenoe to the order of sale grant
ed herein I will sell In front of the Court
House in the City of Anderson, S. C, du
ring the usual hours of sale on Salesday
In lanuary next the Real Estate described
as follows, to wit :
All that Traot or parcel of Land altuate
on the West side of the Cooley's Bridge
Road, beginning at a rook on J. G. Can
non's line and running with Cannon's
line to Mai. Thomas Dean's line, and
from Dean line to Arohey Cox line, ana
adtolaing lands of A. J. Poore and others,
containing Blxty-five and one-half ((&}(
acres, mdre or less, and being a part of
the same Traot of Land deeded to Mary
J. Page, Patrick Hindman and J. V.
White, recorded in Book NNN, page 190.
in R. M. C.-offloe for said County.
Terms of Sale?Cash. Purchaser to
pay extra for papers.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Referee.
Deo 11, 1901_25_4_
SIX-ROOM HOUSE?16 Acres.
House inside the corporation, (Town
of Westminster, P. C.) Good Brick Cel
lar and a fine young Orchard. House
situated in a grove. Fine view of the
mountains. Terms easy. Applv to
(MRS.) MYRA STEEL DOYLE,
Westminster, S. C.
Deo 4. 1901_24_4_
AVDBBHOK, 8. C.
THI8 Office will be opon to re?oive Raturas of
Real Estate and Personal Property for Taxation
for tbe next Fiscal Year, from iho first day of
January. 1902. to tho 20th day of February fol
All REAL ESTATE Is to be asseesod this year.
Be sure to list correctly?
NUMBER OF ACRES,
NUMBER OF LOTS.
NUMBER OF BUILDINGS,
for tbe assessment will stand for four years, and
errors in this particular are a constant ?ouree of
annoyance and trouble to the Auditor and Assess
or? as well aa to tbe Taxpayer* themselves.
Under tbe new assessing laws tbe Township As
sessors are required to uiako Tax Returns for all
thoso that fall to make tbelr own Returns within
the time prescribed by law, and hence the difficul
ty of delinquents escaping the penalty of the law.
Ex-Confederate 8oldiers over 60 years of age aro
exempt from Poll Tax. All other males bet ween
tbe ages of 31 and GO years, except those incapable
of earning a support from beiuc maimed or from
any other cause, shall bo deemed taxable polls.
Fo? the convenience of Taxpayers we will also
bave Deputies to take Boturns at the following
times and places :
Holland, Tuesday, January 7.
Moffattsville, Wednesday, January 8.
Iva, Thursday, January 9.
Moseley, Friday. January 10.
Baylis MoConnoU's, Saturday, January 11.
Starr, Monday. January IS.
Btorevllle, Tuesday, January 14*
Clinkscalo*' Mill, Wednesday, January IS.
Guv ton, Thursday, January 16.
Bishop's Branch, Friday, January 17.
Five Forks, Saturday, January 18.
Autun, Monday. January 20.
Wyait's Store, Mon?nr, January 18.
Cedar Wreath, Tuesday, January 14? a. m.
Leaoh's Store. Tuesday. January .4?p. m.
Wlglngton's Store, Wednesday, January 13.
Equality, Thursday,January 16.
Pendle toil,Friday, January 24.
Townvllle, Friday, January 2?.
Tugaloo, Saturday, January 25,
HvP jaPath, Monday and Tuesday, January 27
Helton, Frldsy, Jan. St. and Saturday, Feb. 1.
Piedmont, Mr .*y and Tuesday. Jan. 27 aad 28
Pelrer, Monday, Tuesday and We?o?-?*?*y, Feb
ruary 10,11 and 12.
WlUiarxBtdn, Wednesday and Thursday, Janua
ry 29 and 80.
O N. C BOLEMAN, Audlloi.
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Notice of Annual Meeting
ALL persons holding clau s agalnBt
Anderson Coanty, not previously pre
sented, are hereby notified to file the
same with the Clerk of the Board of
County Commissioners on or before tho
3rd day of January, 1902, so that they
may be ex?minod and paased on by tbe
Board at their Annnal Meeting, to be
held the first Thursday after the first
Monday In January, 1902 ; and on fall
ins to file said Claims on or before the
3r? day of January, they *?ill have to lay
over to the February meeting.
By order of Board Co. Co m m 1rs Ion ere.
J. F. CLARDY, Clerk Boasd O. C.
Deo 4,1901 24 5.
The Prescription and [Phar
maceutical department given
careful attention by a compe
WILHITE & WILHITE.
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Being guaranteed to us we
to our customers.)
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DENDY DRUG CO.
Low Rates and Maps
NORTH and WEST.
J. G. HOLLENBECK,
District Passenger Agent,
Louisville & Nashville R. B.
No. I Brown Building, Op. Uoion Depot,'
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8P .CIAL ANNOUNCEMENT*
To the Public ,
Please note our change in business
from credit to Cash, and read the follow
ing below :
Our reasons for doing bo areas follows:
First, our accounts being necessarily
small, and tn endless amount of oonfn
sion and expense entailed to an injurious
degree, and the loss in bad accounts, and
the time and attention it requires to col
Second, our ourrent expenses, suoh aa
labor, fuel, gas, water and other suppMee
The atand we have taken Is one we have
been forced into. With a great many of
our customers we regret to be obliged to
pursue this course, but as we positively
cannot discriminate, we trust that you
will appreolate our position and not ask
for credit. All bundles delivered after
June 1st and not paid for will be return
ed to laundry.
For convenience of nnr customers we
will lsuue Coupon Books sold for cash.
These books can be Lept at home and
payment made for bundles when deliver
ed with (he coupons. You can get these
book h at Laundry office, or from the
This change goes into effect 1st of June,
We desire to thank allof onr oustomers
for the patronage they have kindly favor
ed us with In the past and hope we have
merited the same, and hope to atill be
entrusted with your valued orders after
our change goes into effect for cash only,
rvhlch will always receive our prompt
attention. Very respectfully,
ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
202 East boundary St.
R. A. MAYFIELD,
Sapt and Treaa.
PHONE NO. 20.
Sat, Leave orders at D. C. Brown <*
Bro'a. Store, _
Valuable Land for Sale.
ATRACT lying on Oconee C.-aek 7
miles North of Walhalla, cou'.u .n
ing 275 sores?50 sores rich bottom l .nd
in cultivation ; 75 acres good up-lan? In
cultivation; 25 aorea fenced-in pastures;
130 acres original forest; well timbered.
Three good tenant nou?es, two with four
rooms, one with two rooms; goodcrlba,
stables and outhouesa. For cale or rent.
Terms easy. Apply to?
R. T. JAYNES, Waltalla, 8. a
Sept 18,1901 13 8m
removes from the soil
? Ilarge quantitiesof
The feitilizer ap
OWW^I plied, .must furnish
- enough Potash, or the
land will lose its pro
Read carefully our booV.s
en crops?sent frtt.
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' * 93 Nassau St., New York.
- THE ?
BANK ? ANDERSON.
J. A. BROCK, Pr?H?d?nt.
JOS. N. BROWN, Vloe President.
B. F. MAVTLDiy, Cashier.
THE largest, strongest Bank In ?b.
Interest Paid on Deposits
By special agr?ment.
With unsurpassed facilities and resoor
! oes we are at all times prepared to ao
( oommodate our customers.
Jan 10,1900_29 _
Moved into their Banking
House, and are open for busi
ness and respectfully solicits
the patronage of the public.
Interest paid on time deposits
HAS written 1000 Policies and have a
littlo over $550.000.00 insurances in
force. The Policies are for small
amounts, usually, and the risks are
well scattered. We are carrying thia
insurance at less than one-half of what
the old line companies would charge?
We make no extra charge for insurance
against wind. They do.
J. R. Vandiver, President.
Direotors?R. S. Hill, J. J. Fret
well, W. Gk Watson, J. J. Major,J.P.
Glenn, J?. O. Martin, R. B. A. Robin
son, John G. Duoworth.
R. J. GINN, Agent, '
_;_Starr, ti. 0.
S. G. BRUCE,
OVER D. C Brown & Bro's, Store, on
South Main Street.
I have 26 yeara experience in my pro
fession, and will be pleased to work for
any who want Plates made, Filling done,
and I make a specialty of Extracting
Teeth without pain and with no after pain?
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Couuty or Anderson.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. H. Bhoarer, s? Assignee or John W. Shearer.
Plaintiff, against Robert Ruoker, Defendant.?
Complaint not Served.
To Robert Rucker, Defendant :
YOU aro hereby mmmon^ and required to as*
ewer the Complaint In this action, of which
a copy is filed in toe office of the Clerk of the
Court for said County tri.day, and to serra a
copy of your answer to said Complaint on the
subscribers at their offict, Anderson, 8. C, within
twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such servies ; and if you iall to answer
the Complaint within the time aforesaid, tho
Plaintiff In this action will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded In the Complalut.
Dated December 2,1901.
BONHAM St WATKIN8,
[Skax. ] Joh* C. Watkinb, c. o. p.
To Robert Ruoker, Defendant :
TAKE NOTICE, That the Complaint, together
with the Summons, was this day med in the office
of the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for An
demon County, 8. C.
Dated Dec. 2.1901.
BON HAM & WATKINS.PlalntlfTeAU'ya.
[SBtx.] Jmo. C. WATKINS, c. o. p.
Deo 4,1001_24 6
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
IN COURT OP PROBATE.
Joseph N. Brown, as Executor of the last Will of
John W. Daniels, deceased, Petitioner, against
Mrs. Julia D. Daniels, F. A. Daniels, James M.
Daniels, Amanda L.bnelgrovMiartha J.Grant
Kate Wilson, nlfe of W. H. Wilson, John W.
Shields, Emma Q. Williamson, Guy Daniels,
Benjamin A.Daniela, Samuel A. Daniels, John
W. /Hr.leis, Kuba Daniels, Fannie J. Smith,
John W. SnelnroTo, Fannie L. Webb. Nellie J.
Daniela and Minnie J. Hindman, Defendants.?
8ummons for Relief?Petition not Served,
To the Defendants above named :
YOU are hereby summoned and roqulred to an
swer the Petition in thl- action, which ii filed
in the office of the Cou. ? of Probate at Anderson
C. H., 8. C, and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said Petition on the subscriber at his office*,
Anderson C, H , 8. C, within twenty days after
the sorvlce hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the Petition
within tho time aforesaid, tho Petitioner In this
action will apply to the Court for the relief de>
manded In the Petition.
II. That the object of the Petition is to prove
the Will of John W. Daniels, deceased, in duo
form of law.
III. No personal claim 1b made against yon.
Dated November 27, A. D 1901. i
JOSEPH N. BKOWN,
Attorney for Petitioner.
To the Defendants James M. Daniels. Kate W11?
son. wifo of W. H. Wilson, John W. Shields,
Benjamin A. Daniels, Samuel A. Daniels, John
W. Daniels, Faun le L. Webb an-1 Minnie J.
Hindman, residing beyond the limits of thia
TAKE NOTICE That the Petition in thli no
tion, together with tho Summona, of which tho
foregoing is a copy, was filed in the office- of the
Judge or Probate at Anderson C. H , in the Coun
ty of Andorf on, on the 27th day of November, 1801
November 2i, 1901. _
JOSEPH N. BROWN,
Nov 27,1901?28?0 Attorney for Petitioner.
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